yea, because the zoomers all had the same edgy kind of humor. Holocaust memes, Hitler memes, other memes I won't even name here. Also many of their accounts had their personal pics and they were all like between the ages of 12 to 18.ataraxia wrote: ↑Fri Jun 21, 2019 11:28 pmYou could tell this just by following them on Instagram? What kind of stuff were they posting?
the whole idea of guilt is a joke. I mean, so what, sex is bad and you should feel guilty? Why not feel guilty about eating meat, which is the bodies of dead animals that were slaughtered? No one gets hurt during sex but meat-eating is a far bigger thing if one wants to talk about guilt but I never hear christians talk about becoming vegetarians.icycalm wrote: ↑Mon Jun 24, 2019 4:51 pmMeanwhile, Roosh's mental meltdown continues:
Casual Sex Creates Guilt
He's inventing guilts that no one else except him is feeling. Read the whole thing. Not just casual sex, but interracial sex too, and a bunch of other things are supposed to give us "guilt" even if we deny it. Born again meltdown Roosh knows better than us what we are feeling.
He's nothing but a low-IQ middle eastern moron now. Only difference is instead of the Koran, he thumps the Bible, because he grew up in the West.
The forum meanwhile is limping along due to sheer inertia. Gets only a fraction of the traffic and volume of posts it used to get, and only a fraction of the insight. If people were aware of a viable alternative, I bet they would desert RVF en masse leaving behind only Roosh and a bunch of nutjobs to harp on about imaginary guilts all day long.
Well there is a viable alternative, but no one knows it yet because Roosh is careful to scrub every trace of it from his forum. But the news will go around eventually. It just might take a few years for this to happen. It's okay, I am patient, and this place isn't going anywhere.
I wrote:https://www.rooshvforum.com/thread-7418 ... pid2025644
So Roosh's parents are Muslim
It's so weird to choose a different religion from your parents
Generally, those who reject their parents' religion become atheists
I think it's part of Roosh's confused and conflicted identity
On the one hand, he is ethnically from the Middle East
But he looks white, and grew up immersed in white culture
Meanwhile, his forum is FULL of hatred for the Middle East
Countless threads and posts making fun of Middle Easterners
So it's weird that he allows it
Probably part of it is that, as a Persian, he feels superior to Arabs
But to whites, everyone in the ME is the same
And in practice, they ARE the same
Same look, same religion, same shithole conditions
Up to recently, I was on team Roosh because, despite being from the Middle East, he managed to get an advanced university degree in a STEM field, on top of becoming a cutting-edge theorist later
But when he threw everything under the bus by reverting to religion... I am tempted to say that it's the Middle Eastern genes in him that finally took over
They need a simple solution to everything
It's either the Jews, the Americans, or Satan, etc.
They make it even simpler by reducing it even further: America is the Great Satan, etc.
Whereas in fact the source of all their problems is their low IQ
It's not anyone else's fault that they suck at war, at research, at organization, etc.
Unless you say that God made them suck so much, in which case it is indeed his fault
Low IQ Middle Easterner confirmed. In a few years he'll be frothing at the mouth in some rural church exorcism while speaking in tongues.Roosh" wrote:I first had doubts about the moon landing around 2015, but didn't come to a definitive conclusion. As the years went on, I was sympathetic to moon deniers because it was clear that those in power are lying about everything. If you catch someone in one lie, such as your wife, it's natural to evaluate other things they've stated to you as fact. I started to believe that it was more likely we didn't land on the moon than not.
I'm ready now to come out as a moon landing denier. This video sealed the deal for me:
The Apollo Moon Landings Hoax and Space Fakery
He destroyed his forum
It was going to shit anyway
It had a fraction of the new content it had before, and every thread was filled with morons praying to god etc.
Sometimes a thread would be taken over completely by people praying
Like you would have conversation for several pages, and suddenly an entire page would be about prayer or quoting the bible, and the other people would stop posting in disgust
This new rule will embolden the morons more and discourage even the most patient intelligent people
"I guess Satan won't be joining the forum then." lmao
The RVF people should have jumped ship back in June
Now it's a bit late
Back then, there was still enough critical mass to launch a new forum
Now half of them have drifted, all the while the two attempts at a new forum--mine and Swoop's--have lost all their momentum
So now the guys who are being hit with this insane rule like a sledgehammer have nowhere to go
They can still come to me, or go to Swoop, but they won't like the quiet. And these places are quiet precisely because these RVF people were not smart enough to see the writing on the wall back in June and they snubbed me and Swoop to stick with Roosh
On the one hand, I understand them sticking with their master
I mean, I would have done the same if I wasn't constantly getting banned over there lol
But on the other hand, the possibility of salvaging and recreating the old RVF community is gone now
And that community was a very precious thing
Whoever wants to do that has to start from scratch now
In any case, I am clearly not that person
The old RVF allowed a lot of dissenting opinions, many of which I have no patience with and I'd crush instantly in my space
Lots of those people are morons in some areas, but very smart in others, and me crushing them in the areas where they are dumb would mean they would not stick around to contribute in the areas they are smart, even if I allowed them to stay
Anyway, RVF was a great place and it's over now. It is a testament to how great it was that, even now, in its massively reduced state, it still attracts us daily
And I guess it's fascinating now to watch how low it can go
It seems that there is no limit to the amount of conspiracy theories Roosh is willing to accept
He still hasn't said the earth is flat, but when you deny the moon landings, this can't be far behind
It only took him a couple weeks.
The world is waiting with bated breath for what the bearded Iranian genius will decide.Roosh wrote:As for flat vs round earth, I have reviewed flat earth arguments, and some are very convincing, but I have not made the leap. I will still consider further arguments from both sides.
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Rottenapple wrote:I'm closing the thread to promote positivity on this forum.
Roosh wrote:Secular individuals can no longer post on the forum
In the fall of 2019, I began to transition RVF from a "red pill" and PUA forum to a Christian forum. It is abundantly clear to all that RVF is now an explicitly Christian forum that follows traditional Christian teachings, so I am disheartened that mostly secular individuals continue to post here with a predominately agnostic, atheist, or red pill point of view.
RVF is not a social media site where anyone can join and post. This is not a "free speech" zone. This is an aggressively moderated community where those who don't practice traditional Christian teachings are not welcome to participate. In other words, if you don't follow Lord Jesus Christ, if your faith is not part of your life, you are lowering the discourse of this Christian community. At the very minimum, you must have a very strong belief in God. Otherwise, once you inevitably leak your anti-Christian orientation, I will ban you. I will no longer tolerate obviously secular viewpoints that invariably include black pilling, endless whining about women and politicians, vulgarity, profanity, and casual dating advice outside of the scope of Christian courtship. I do not understand why some old members who haven't pursued the faith still post here, or why agnostics continue to register here, but that is the case to such an extent that if I don't keep them out, they will eventually outnumber the Christians here and drown them out, a microcosm of what's really happening in the Western world.
In conclusion, if you are not a struggling Christian, you're free to lurk and use an account to save bookmarks and the like. When you're ready to pick up your Cross like many of us here, you may then post your inquiries, stories, and knowledge to struggle with us, but I can't allow the non-faithful to post because they will drag down our community, which is not equipped to share the Gospel with those who are not interested in it.
Like previous announcements of this type, I will expect some gnashing of teeth and outbursts about how the good 'ol days of fornication, but that's how it's going to be.
Roosh wrote:This is not a sola scriptura forum. This is not a place where you can teach your own private interpretation of the Bible, or the interpretation of a modern teacher. Protestants are more than welcome here, but they will not be allowed to teach heresies that were addressed centuries ago.